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  • Are Violent Video Games Art: A Parody...

    How many of you will click this just because of the title? I guess we'll see. Well, this actually doesn't have anything to do with violence and art and video games. Well, maybe video games, but not as it relates to the subject of art and/or violence... More
  • It's Like That Line from Star Trek: First Contact

    Gaming doesn't have an identity. Not really, anyway. In an attempt to shed the stereotypic nerd image, gamers have tried to call gaming a sport and are now trying to argue that games are art. We're trying to fit gaming into other identities, even... More
  • The Mistakes of Survival Horror Games

    Many people have recommended many horror games to me. At my core, horror is my pet genre, as in, the genre that I am pretty much an expert of. What Bill Nye the Science Guy is to Science, I am to the horror genre, and as such, me being incredibly enthusiastic... More
  • Are Video games Art? (an after-thought)

    This may seem late. It may seem uneccesary. But it is something I would like to share with the rest of the Gameinformer family. Last night I had an enlightenment. My brother, our neighbors and I were sitting around playing Bad Company 2, and my brother... More
  • Fatigued: A Response to Gamer Gorilla Radio

    In the latest edition of Gamer Gorilla Radio , Andy McNamara asks, "Are gamers fatigued about the video game violence topic?" I'd say we're fatigued by that topic and several others. Personally, I rarely do topical blog posts. Why? Because... More
  • Pokémon Black: A Hacked Game Of Death

    I was browsing the internet and came to the normally visited Kotaku page and found a very interesting article. i traced the source to the beginning and found something that scared me. It was a hacked Pokemon Red version dubbed Pokemon Black (above is... More
  • The Case for MAG

    I've been a proponent of MAG ever since the GI feature back in 2008. I put a ton of time in on the public beta, and I even wrote an entire blog about Sony's advertising strategy. I gave the game an 8.75 when at the time it was buggy enough to... More
  • The Ten Greatest Games of 1985

    If you're looking for a rundown of twenty-five year old software, then you're reading the right blog post. Nineteen Eighty-Five was a huge turning point in the game industry. Mario revived the home console industry, PC gaming quietly evolved,... More
  • The Top Games That Should Have User Created, and Distributed, Content

    Okay, so normally I wouldn't post something as simple as a list but since I've been anticipating the release of Halo: Reach and Little Big Planet 2, a pair of games that promise a wealth of user created content, more and more with every little... More
  • GIO Member Herding Part 08 of XX…

    This is somewhat of a unique edition of the weekly Member Herding blog. The person nominated (actually there were two nominated, but the one I attempted to contact) never responded. In all fairness, I waited until the 11 th hour before I finally implemented... More
  • Apozem's Favorite 30 Games

    I take a look at some of my favorite games. Angry fanboys, here's your chance to take a swig of Haterade and spew it all over the comments. That's about it. Thanks for reading, and please try to watch your aim while spewing. Haterade is such a... More
  • Too dang many zombies!!!!

    Wasn't sure what to blog about today. So, when in doubt, blog about somebody else's blog! In this case, it's Games Radar's post yesterday about Games that Didn't Need Zombies . Are you getting tired of zombies in your video games?... More